What the eff are you talking about? The best game on PS4 is a sequel to a game that came out years ago and plays very much the same. The newest, hottest PC game is an expansion to a dungeon crawler that was recently tweaked to play much more like it's 15-year-old predecessor. The Vita houses more ports than anything else and hasn't had a significant release in months. The 3DS STOMPS all over the handheld market with gems like Fire Emblem Awakening, Etrian Odyssey, Bravely Default, Kid Icarus, Mario 3D World, Zelda: LBW, Pokemon Y/X, and dozens of other titles.
Umm... Well this comment is very, very ill-informed. There are a plethora of games on Steam, both new and old. Same with the Xbox 360 and PS3. PS4 is a very new console, of course it doesn't have a large library yet. Games on these platforms continue to push the boundaries. They improve the industry. I don't know what this "hottest" game you're talking about is, but it's completely irrelevant, because you're not in a position to declare such a thing, nor are you in a position to dictate what games are, indisputably, great. Your opinion is your own. What I've claimed in regard to prices and innovation however are not an opinion, they're a fact.
By the way, being a 3DS fan, you'll like the style of games on Desura. Being that mostly indie developers produce games for that platform, the graphics are more on par with Nintendo's graphics, however, you'll find the innovation you haven't experienced in twenty years. You'll find it refreshing. Many of the games don't succeed because they don't get a backing, but this is good. This is survival of the fittest. This is why the game market is fresh everywhere except for on Nintendo systems. New ideas are encouraged, and competition is huge. For whatever reason you seem to shun new ideas. You and Nintendo both. Nintendo doesn't like to compete, they like to play in their own little circle. You can go down with that plane. I'll enjoy the growth of the industry over here.
By the way, I just looked at some gameplay videos for some of those games, and they look exactly like games I played on my GBA, except with slightly improved graphics...